Bullish Divergence

Bullish Divergence

In technical analysis, a situation in which the price of a security goes to a new low while another indicator shows the trend is likely to reverse. That is, bullish divergence occurs when a bullish indicator shows a bearish sign (the new low) is unlikely to be true. This is a bullish sign. Technical analysts use a number of factors to attempt to observe divergence and make investment decisions accordingly. See also: MACD.
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Summary: There is a bullish divergence in the 14-day Relative Strength Index oscillator
'Technically, we might be seeing some of the bullish divergence (weakening selling momentum) take effect especially with the PSEi trading briefly in the green (Monday) morning,' Papa Securities said.
The stochastic is showing a bullish divergence indicating downside momentum could be slowing.
Further, the Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD) could also see a bullish divergence if the index moves higher this week.
Technically from yesterday's local bottom can bounce with great pleasure, good signals bullish divergence on MACD, and RSI on "hourly" charts on clear evidence.
Abu Dhabi's benchmark, which closed at 2 450 on Wednesday, may target 2 462, with a bullish divergence on the relative strength index, a commonly used price momentum indicator.
A bullish divergence in the RSI has led us to hold a positive outlook for the aussie, and we expect the pair to test 1.2385 for resistance over the next few trading session.
Also, although not a signal by itself, there is a bullish divergence in 14-day Relative Strength Index (RSI) momentum oscillator.
The Stochastic, Oscillator has improved and a bullish divergence has been created on the RSI suggesting a recovery trend ahead with 42,233 and 43,190 in sight.
At the recent low, Arbeter stated, the euro got extremely oversold from a weekly momentum standpoint, and traced out a bullish divergence. In addition, market sentiment had gotten very bearish on the euro and very bullish on the U.S.
The 88.6 per cent retracement is a potential area of support, the 14-period weekly Relative Strength Index (RSI) momentum oscillator is showing a bullish divergence (although this has been the case for a number of weeks), and the daily RSI has turned back up after falling into oversold territory earlier last week.
We expect the EUR/JPY to reverse course in the near-term as a bullish divergence in the RSI continues to unfold, and may test 162.28 (50.0% Fib level) for resistance.